Stampendous: Fluttering By

How about a bright and sunny card full of butterflies and fun to scare away the winter blues? All of this week the Stampendous team have been letting our  butterflies take flight. I had fun creating beautiful backgrounds with the Creative Palette, by spritzing Dreamweaver Memories Mists in Mango Lemonade, Pink Lemonade, and Iridescent colors, spraying a bit of water, and place several panels of white cardstock onto the surface to transfer the colors and patterns. As the inks began to dry a bit, I used them with the Stack Art Regal Bird cling stamps as ink pads to add patterns to these panels. Then I switched my mist color to Lavender Tea, and used this as an inkpad to stamp one of the beautiful Cling Pen Pattern Butterflies on my favorite panel. Using the medium butterfly die that matches the butterfly stamps, I cut one from the edge of the panel. This butterfly was folded up to add more dimension to the panel. I used dimensional foam tape to adhere the panel over the top of a white cardstock panel stamped with the Cling Vintage Letter Script in Tuxedo Black Memento ink. To finish off this card, I applied a glue marker to adhere a heavy sprinkling of Amethyst and Canary Color Fragments.

For more flutter-by inspiration, be sure to visit the Stampendous blog each day this week for links to the team's creations.

Want to play with the January 2015 challenge? You can find the details HERE.


Stampendous said…
Gorgeous! That butterfly die cut from the background is awesome, thank you for sharing this week!
Very beautiful and artistic card that should be framed to always view.
ricki kalp said…
I love those fragments!!!! So nice to have a splash of color in such a different way!!! Thanks !!!
Jamie Martin said…
The background is so pretty with the butterflies!
BurningRubber said…
I love the colors and the cut out on the card showing the script stamp!
Gorgeous colors and I love the cut out butterfly also!! Beautiful card! TFS!
I love this card, is just amazing!
Tammy Cochrane said…
Absolutely Stunning! Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration.

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